Item description for Autocourse 2002-2003: The World's Leading Grand Prix Annual (Autocourse) by Alan Henry...
World's Leading Grand Prix Annual, reportedly the 'bible' of Formula 1. The usual extensive motor sport coverage includes special features on the last 50 years of Formula 1, incisive, authoritative reports from every GP race of the season and superb photographs. Editor Alan Henry's personal assessment of the top ten drivers is eagerly awaited as are the year's motor racing reviews of F3000, F3, GT and Touring Car Racing and the American scene. (2001-2002 edition 1-90315-06-0)
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 12.58" Width: 9.72" Height: 0.95" Weight: 4.13 lbs.
Publisher Hop Up Magazine
ISBN 1903135109 ISBN13 9781903135105
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Reviews - What do customers think about Autocourse 2002-2003: The World's Leading Grand Prix Annual (Autocourse)?
Great F1 Book. Oct 2, 2006
Great pictures and commentary. Great coffee table book. Tons of stats and info. on F1 teams and drivers. I bought 2000-2001 through 2004-2005. I've enjoyed these books and look forward to buying future and some older issues.
autocourse 2002 Dec 3, 2005
The photographs of this book is a let down. I agree with the first rating on the photographs. The picture are either a bit too darrk, or too red if the photograph contains any red in images. The book publisher should have stuck with film, instead of digital photographs. Digital photos do not do justice in books!
autocourse 2002/2003 Feb 16, 2003
I have collected Autocourse for many years. This years edition features the worst digital photo quality I have ever seen. The colors of the images are horrendous. Digital photography is great for websites, but in a high quality coffee-table book such as this, the editors should insist on film.
Same as usual... Jan 31, 2003
Once again Hazelton and Alan Henry combine to produce this season's Autocourse. As usual, it is decorated with superb photography, and contains Henry's Top 10, Team review, Race reports, plus F3000 and Enduro racing, American racing and comprehensive results. In that respect little has changed from previous years, and generally Autocourse satisfies me.
However, normally I would eagerly await the arrival of my Autocourse at the end of each year, but this year I was a little restrained. The reason for this restraint was that I recently purchased the 2001 F1 magazine annual, which is from Bernie Ecclestone's outfit. In perusing Bernie's annual, I realised that Autocourse are lacking in a lot of areas. Driver, team, race reports and technical reviews are all superior in the F1 Annual, shading Autocourse by quite a margin. I still chose to purchase this year's Autocourse though largely to continue my collection, but also because of the superior production quality and photography. Also, I bought simply because I could afford to. I intend to buy the F1 annual at a later date. For those on a budget, who intend to choose between Autocourse and F1 Annual, I would recommend F1 Annual, for the superior quality of information it contains.
For those who always buy Autocourse, and are happy with it, don't worry, nothing has changed. Which will be a problem for Hazelton since the F1 Annual is in many ways a superior product. I'm sure many people will opt for the F1 annual. Hazelton will need to lift their game in the future if they want to keep their readership.